The new bag collections dedicated to the cold season and presented at Mipel highlight two distinct strands: a decorative thrust and a more traditional imagination.
Bags and leather goods are back to populate runways dedicated to the next Autumn/Winter 2022/23 with good visibility.
Producers also showed their new collections dedicated to the cold season at Mipel, focusing on some interesting trend themes which, ultimately, highlight two main strands. A decorative thrust characterises the models with also very evident metal accessories, or trinkets and curious details; or that characterises them for the choice of using chains not only in the shape of a shoulder strap, but also as a design element capable of structuring the design and the look of a proposal.
In a certain sense, we always talk about decorativism when we deal with references that distinctly focus on materials with textures able to capture curiosity and looks, as well as all those style choices that highlight softness, cuddling and the instinct to choose warm and enveloping materials.
The references to the reptilian world are a bridge between the two trends: they yield to decorative atmospheres, but at the same time fully part of the traditional imagination. Added to these are bags with very contained volumes, or more classic ones proposed with well-structured shapes and single-coloured shades.
Flip through the special issue to find out a preview of all the best bag collections presented at Mipel.
Contents inside the special issue:
- Leather goods on the road to recovery in 2021, but still far from pre-covid levels
- Great success for the return of Mipel Lab
- Photo gallery
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